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[[File:Incenselonghua.jpg|thumb|Burning incense]]
 
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'''Incense''' (from [[Latin]] ''incendere'' "to burn")<ref>
 
'''Incense''' (from [[Latin]] ''incendere'' "to burn")<ref>
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==History==
 
==History==
 
[[File:Incense sticks at Po Lin Monastery 3.jpg|upright|left|thumb|Incense sticks at [[Po Lin Monastery]], Hong Kong ]]
 
[[File:Incense sticks at Po Lin Monastery 3.jpg|upright|left|thumb|Incense sticks at [[Po Lin Monastery]], Hong Kong ]]
Incense was used by Chinese cultures from Neolithic times and became more widespread in the [[Xia Dynasty|Xia]], [[Shang Dynasty|Shang]], and [[Zhou Dynasty|Zhou]] dynasties.<ref name="東方香學研究會">劉良佑,《香學會典》,臺北:[http://www.incenseart.org.tw 東方香學研究會],2003</ref> The earliest recorded use of incense comes from the ancient Chinese, who used incense from herbs and plant products (such as [[cassia]], [[cinnamon]], [[styrax]], [[sandalwood]], amongst others) during the rites of formal ceremonies.<ref name=stodda169>{{cite book |last=Stoddart |first=D. Michael |title=The scented ape: The biology and culture of human odour |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=NYBux6MdmbIC |year=1990 |publisher=Cambridge University Press |location=Cambridge |isbn=0-521-37511-8 |page=169}}</ref> Eventually, the [[Hindu]]s adopted the use of incense from the Chinese, but they were the first to also use roots for incense.<ref name=stodda169/>
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Incense was used by Chinese cultures from Neolithic times and became more widespread in the [[Xia Dynasty|Xia]], [[Shang Dynasty|Shang]], and [[Zhou Dynasty|Zhou]] dynasties.<ref name="東方香學研究會">劉良佑,《香學會典》,臺北:[http://www.incenseart.org.tw 東方香學研究會],2003</ref> The earliest recorded use of incense comes from the ancient Chinese, who used incense from herbs and plant products (such as [[cassia]], [[cinnamon]], [[styrax]], [[sandalwood]], amongst others) during the rites of formal ceremonies.<ref name=stodda169>{{cite book |la. Hello
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st=Stoddart |first=D. Michael |title=The scented ape: The biology and culture of human odour |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=NYBux6MdmbIC |year=1990 |publisher=Cambridge University Press |location=Cambridge |isbn=0-521-37511-8 |page=169}}</ref> Eventually, the [[Hindu]]s adopted the use of incense from the Chinese, but they were the first to also use roots for incense.<ref name=stodda169/>
   
 
About 3600 BC, Hindu travelers brought the use of incense to Egypt.<ref name=stodda169/> It was used by the [[Pharaoh]]s, not only to counteract unpleasant odours, but also to drive away demons and gratify the presence of the gods.<ref name=Aromatherapy/> They tought that Resin balls were found in many [[prehistoric Egypt]]ian tombs in El Mahasna.<ref name="Nielsen 3">{{cite book|last=Nielsen|first=Kjeld|title=Incense in ancient Israel|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=PEIkR5_R3wEC&pg=PA3&dq=history+of+incense&hl=en&ei=Cc10TuSPKMvz-gai-eCtDA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=5&ved=0CEIQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=history%20of%20incense&f=false|page=3}}</ref> The oldest incense burner found dates back the [[Fifth dynasty of Egypt|5th dynasty]].<ref name="Nielsen 3"/> The Temple of Deir-el-Bahari in Egypt contains a series of carvings that depict an expedition for incense.<ref>{{cite book |last=Stoddart |first=D. Michael |title=The scented ape: The biology and culture of human odour |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=NYBux6MdmbIC |year=1990 |publisher=Cambridge University Press |location=Cambridge |isbn=0-521-37511-8 |page=171}}</ref>
 
About 3600 BC, Hindu travelers brought the use of incense to Egypt.<ref name=stodda169/> It was used by the [[Pharaoh]]s, not only to counteract unpleasant odours, but also to drive away demons and gratify the presence of the gods.<ref name=Aromatherapy/> They tought that Resin balls were found in many [[prehistoric Egypt]]ian tombs in El Mahasna.<ref name="Nielsen 3">{{cite book|last=Nielsen|first=Kjeld|title=Incense in ancient Israel|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=PEIkR5_R3wEC&pg=PA3&dq=history+of+incense&hl=en&ei=Cc10TuSPKMvz-gai-eCtDA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=5&ved=0CEIQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=history%20of%20incense&f=false|page=3}}</ref> The oldest incense burner found dates back the [[Fifth dynasty of Egypt|5th dynasty]].<ref name="Nielsen 3"/> The Temple of Deir-el-Bahari in Egypt contains a series of carvings that depict an expedition for incense.<ref>{{cite book |last=Stoddart |first=D. Michael |title=The scented ape: The biology and culture of human odour |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=NYBux6MdmbIC |year=1990 |publisher=Cambridge University Press |location=Cambridge |isbn=0-521-37511-8 |page=171}}</ref>
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